When did the tornado hit Cape Cod?

Where did the tornado hit on Cape Cod?

‘It was mayhem’: Tornado touches down on Cape Cod

The worst damage was reported near the intersection of East Bay View Road and Wampanoag Trail in Dennis where a strand of trees was snapped in two. Some homes had broken windows and furniture.

Did a tornado touch down on Cape Cod last night?

An EF-0 tornado with maximum winds near 75 mph was confirmed in Dennis, Massachusetts, the National Weather Service confirmed Thursday. The brief spin-up touched down on Cape Cod overnight as remnants of Ida moved through the region. … The remnants of Hurricane Ida also caused flooding in Falmouth.

Where did a tornado happen in 2020?

The most severe damage and all the fatalities occurred in Tennessee, although other damaging tornadoes were reported Missouri, Alabama and Kentucky.

Does Cape Cod hurricane?

The National Weather Service estimates the average return time for a hurricane hitting the Cape is 16 years. … It’s been 67 years since our last direct hit from a major hurricane — Carol in 1954, which was a Category 3 storm.

Did a tornado hit the Cape?

PUBLISHED: September 2, 2021 at 3:46 p.m. | UPDATED: September 3, 2021 at 10:54 a.m. A tornado touched down on Cape Cod early Thursday morning as the remnants of Hurricane Ida ripped through the region, leading to severe flooding that killed dozens of people along the East Coast.

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Does Cape Cod flood?

A flood can occur anywhere on Cape Cod as a result of heavy rainfall, clogged drainage systems, snow melt, and storm surge from the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Cod Bay, and Nantucket Sound associated with tropical storms, nor’easters, and more increasingly, heavy rainfall events. … The coast is uniquely susceptible to flooding.

Did any tornadoes touch down in MA?

MARLBOROUGH, Mass. — The National Weather Service confirmed three tornadoes touched down in Massachusetts Monday from the remnants of Henri. The tornadoes were confirmed in Marlborough, Stow and Bolton. All of the tornadoes were EF-0 with winds of 60-70 mph.